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The UAE has Stabbed Kashmir in the Back
A new infrastructure deal between Dubai and New Delhi is a staggering blow for the Muslim majority territory’s aspirations for self-determination, says CJ Werleman
The UK Must Act Urgently to Stop Conflict in Bosnia
Labour MP Fleur Anderson implores the Government to learn from history in its approach to rising tensions in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Johnson's Refusal to Answer Questions About Downing Street Lockdown Parties Shows his Contempt for the Public
The Prime Minister's behaviour is increasingly coming under public scrutiny and he is struggling to answer questions about his conduct, reports Adam Bienkov
Profiteering, not Philanthropy: How Public Schools Abandoned Public Service
Iain Overton traces the evolution of the Muscular Christianity of British Public Schools into post-imperial Muscular Capitalism and explains this is far from charitable
New Study Highlights Anti-Muslim Bigotry of the Spectator Magazine
The most antagonistic, the most biased and the most prone to misrepresentation – Brian Cathcart argues that the Spectator isn’t posh and clever; it’s just a hate rag
The Conservative Cash Carousel and Socialism for the Rich
Sam Bright and Peter Jukes analyse what looks to be a new economic and ideological form of Conservatism, far removed from its former free market foundations
Keir Starmer has Promised to Clean Up British Politics – Can We Trust Him?
Boris Johnson’s Government is engulfed in corruption scandals – but Labour is struggling to convince the public it can fix the problem, reports Adam Bienkov